Definition of Lexicographers

1. Noun. (plural of lexicographer) ¹



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Definition of Lexicographers

1. lexicographer [n] - See also: lexicographer

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Literary usage of Lexicographers

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1. The History of Infant Baptism: Together with Mr. Gale's Reflections, and Dr by William Wall, John Gale (1844)
"He takes the liberty to say, ' Mr. ' Walker has largely shewn from the Greek authors, ' and lexicographers and critics, that besides the ' signification ..."

2. A Treatise on the American Law Relating to Mines and Mineral Lands Within by Curtis Holbrook Lindley (1903)
"As defined by the lexicographers. § 288. As defined by the geologists. § 289. Elements to be considered in the judicial application of definitions—Rules of ..."

3. The Constitutional Antiquities of Sparta and Athens by Gustav Gilbert (1895)
"It seems probable, therefore, that the lowest step of the subdivision given by the lexicographers, ie the thirty men assigned to each ..."

4. Spanish Literature in the England of the Tudors by John Garrett Underhill (1899)
"CHAPTER IX ANTIQUARIANS AND lexicographers I THE court groups of translators, at the head of which Sidney and Oxford stood, were leaders in the advance of ..."

5. Judicial and Statutory Definitions of Words and Phrases by West Publishing Company (1904)
"Legal lexicographers define it as being synonymous with "within twenty- four hours." State v. Clevenger, 20 Mo. ..."

6. The Works of the Late Rev. T. Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks by Thom Scott, John Scott (1825)
"DEFENCE^ OF lexicographers AND CONCORDATS. I am no lexicographer, or dictionary-maker; ... to the lexicographers of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, ..."

7. Christian Baptism: An Examination of the Rev. Mr. Fowler's Lectures on the by Asa Bronson (1835)
"TESTIMONY OF lexicographers. ON this topic I need not enlarge, ... This is the source from which lexicographers derive all their authority. ..."

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